MP Calls for Residents to be compensated for the stink

Merstham’s MP Crispin Blunt has called for Redhill Landfill operator Biffa to compensate residents for the on-going stink

Merstham re-elects Cllr Mark Brunt

Cllr Mark Brunt re-elected Merstham ward councillor following 3rd May local elections

New recycling and refuse service moves a step closer

Coming Summer 2012 – New easy way for Merstham residents to recycle more rubbish directly from their homes moved a step closer with the arrival of the first new refuse vehicles.

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Council commits additional investment to the Harlequin, despite opposition

Reigate & Banstead Council approved nearly £400,000 additional investment in the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill, despite strong opposition from Residents’ Association and Green Anti Cuts councillors who supported a motion to freeze the budget.

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Police issue warning over bogus Census callers

Local Police have warned Merstham residents to be aware of the risk of bogus callers in the coming months, who might use the nationwide Census as an opportunity to catch residents off guard.

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Merstham Councillors Open Surgery – Sat 5th February 10-12

Merstham’s councillors are holding their monthly open residents surgery on Saturday 5th Feb from 10 to 12 at the Merstham Community Facility, 44 Portland Drive.

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Merstham refuse collection – 1st Dec Update

Latest reports from Reigate & Banstead Borough Council are that they intend to operate a full refuse collection service in the Merstham area tomorrow. Residents are asked to put out their bins for collection as usual. This service may still be subject to local conditions and their may still be difficulty’s reaching certain properties.

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Council offer advice on how to clear snow and ice safely

Merstham people can take advice from neighbouring Tandridge District Council who has published simple advice on how to clear snow and ice on pavements and public spaces with minimal risk of legal action if someone slips or falls.

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Disruption to Council severe during winter weather

With the spread of snowy and icy conditions in Merstham and across the borough, Reigate & Banstead Borough Council has published advice on likely impacts to its services.
The page on its website covers disruption to refuse collection, closed buildings and other alterations to services in the event of snow or freezing weather. The council’s page will be updated daily during any bad weather and we will try to provide updates on any disruption to Merstham services on this web site.

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Merstham Neighbourhood Meeting – Wed 17th Nov

The next Merstham Police Neighbourhood Panel meeting will be held on Wednesday 17th November at 7.30pm in the Merstham Community Facility, 44 Portland Drive.

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Surrey’s public sector calls residents to have their say on services

Public bodies across Surrey have teamed up to call on local residents to have their say on services as the country braces itself for the tough times ahead. The initiative will give residents a unique opportunity to shape the delivery of future public services.

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Council publishes its spending online

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council has published its financial data online for the first time, allowing people to analyse its spending into categories and see the suppliers used by the Council.

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Surrey Wildlife Trust Holding volunteer taster day Sun. 24 Oct

Surrey Wildlife Trust are holding a special ‘Taster Day’ on The Moors, Nutfield Marsh, for anyone who would like to try their hand at nature conservation. Each task is lead by a skilled & experienced leader, who will explain at the start of each task. Volunteers are welcome to stay as long or as short as you like, the full day will finish around 4pm.

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